The Government will establish UKNET – a strategic transport network spanning the UK, as part of recommendations in the final Union Connectivity Review.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has published its new plans that sets out £96 billion of investment in rail across England.
Military tanker drivers have been put on standby to stabilise the fuel supply chain if necessary and an extension to ADR licences has been announced by the Government.
The Government has announced up to 500,000 more HGV driving tests will be made available each year to tackle the worldwide driver shortage.
Electric vehicle (EV) charge points in the UK could be set to become as recognisable as the red post box and black cab from 2022.
A package of measures to help tackle the heavy goods vehicle (HGV) driver shortage has been announced by the Government.
Zero-emission flight infrastructure has received £3 million of Government funding for research into electric and hydrogen aircraft.
Projects to improve the experience of buying a second-hand EV, increase vehicle range and support charging in rural areas have received £20m in funding.
New national flexible rail tickets will be available to commuters across England next week.
The Government has agreed a third funding and finance package for Transport for London (TfL) worth around £1.08 billion.
The Government has said it will “level up” bus and rail transport infrastructure across the Midlands and the North with £401 million in upgrades.
The Government is paving the way for satellites and rockets to be launched in the UK in Cornwall, Wales and Scotland from 2022.
The Government and the Mayor of London have agreed to extend the current Transport for London (TfL) funding deal.
Vehicle manufacturers have pushed back against the Government’s 2030 deadline for the ban on new petrol and diesel vehicle sales by asking for a five year extension.
The DfT has granted a range of additional powers to decarbonise aviation infrastructure as part of the Air Traffic Management and Unmanned Aircraft Bill.
Safety improvements to existing smart motorways will be brought forward and no ALR motorway will be open without radar technology to detect stopped vehicles.
Leighton Buzzard train station is using a new technology to harness power from commuters’ footsteps by walking on "kinetic-floor tiles".
The Government has announced an £18 million investment toward cycle training for children and families.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has confirmed it will set out the future for smart motorways this summer.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has launched a multi-million scheme to enable local transport authorities to roll out zero-emission buses across England.